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About revilogy

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  • Birthday 1997-09-08

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Somewhere in Kirton, UK
  • Interests
    Computer Hardware, Gaming, Cars.
  • Occupation
    Student and Part Time IT Technician


  • CPU
    AMD FX-8370 8-Core
  • Motherboard
    MSI 970 Gaming
  • RAM
    2x4GB Corsair Vengence Pro 1866MHz (Blue)
  • GPU
    MSI R9 380 Gaming 4G
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 100R Windowed
  • Storage
    1xSamsung 850 Evo 120GB (OS+Essential Applications), 1xSeagate Barracuda 1TB (Data+Everything Else)
  • PSU
    Corsair CX600M
  • Display(s)
    Acer G246HL
  • Cooling
    1xIncluded Corsair Fan, 1xSalvaged Antec Case Fan, 1xAlpenfohn Ben Nevis
  • Keyboard
    Razer Deathstalker Expert
  • Mouse
    Element Gaming Cobalt 120
  • Sound
    Jawbone Jambox, Element Gaming Helium 150
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. revilogy

    Network layout showoff

    I'm a student getting ready to up sticks to University, but I do what I can . I am running on a BT Infinity line, on a pretty weak BT Home Hub 5. Most of the network is ran from my bedroom, so my switch -a HP 2610 Gigabit 48 Port generously donated by my school- connects to the HH5 by a powerline adapter, who's speed I have forgotten. Connected to the switch is my PC, my Xbox (hardly used now I have finally joined the PCMR) and my Server. My Server is a HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 with the G1610T Processor. It runs FreeNAS 9.3, and has 2 zdevs (One System Volume "SysVol" for the plugins, and one for storage "STORAGE" (RAID 0 Equiv.)) SysVol hosts no shares, whilst STORAGE has 2 datasets, with 1 share a piece, one for general storage, the other for file history images. Everything else is dealt with by the inbuilt WiFi on the HH5, which isn't awfully bad, just not jawdropping either... Would I improve if I had the chance? Hell yes, there's so much more I want to do, including using a pfSense firewall and router solution, as well as using a more robust AP. But I need to be realistic; I'm moving to Student digs in 8 months, so a permanent solution really isn't worth setting up, and I'm not the wealthiest guy in the world (but I did manage to bag a part time job at my school as a Junior Network Tech ). Another issue is the BT HomeHub is an abosulte A*se to work with. We would change it, but there's better things to spend money on... This set up has helped me learn networking fundamentals, and has helped me explore production environments, an area I will be studying at university.
  2. revilogy

    PC refuses to wake from sleep!

    Fixed it by completely replacing my Motherboard, Processor and I added a SSD for good measure... Ok it was an upgrade, but it definately got rid of the issue!
  3. revilogy

    PC refuses to wake from sleep!

    That's always been enabled. My computer does "wake up", however no video appears on my monitor. Even if I try reinserting the DVI cable. Also, there is very little hard drive activity.
  4. Hi everyone, hoping you can help me out somehow... As of Windows 10 (I had Windows 8 previously) I have been struggling to get my PC to wake from sleep, sometimes it did, sometimes it didn't. However, now, with no intervention, I cannot get it to wake at all. According to the "powercfg -lastwake" command, it doesn't register any successful wakes. I have disabled hibernation from recommendation from another forum post on a different site, and reinstalled catalyst, all to no avail. My PC specs are: -Windows 10 Pro -AMD Athlon X4 860K (No overclock in light of this issue) -AMD R9 380, the MSI 4G Twin Frozr card (Catalyst 15.7.1) -Corsair Vengeance Pro 8GB 1866MHz memory with XMP -Seagate Barracuda 1TB Hard Drive -ASRock FM2A88X Pro3+ Motherboard -Corsair CS600M Power supply. I've put everything up there, as you can never know what can cause ACPI state problems... Thanks for your help!